Luckie doggedly finds a way around challenges of spina bifida
“My parents … when I was little, they instilled in me to do things on my own as much as possible, that this was gonna be my life, so I need to needed to learn early how to do the things that I need to do in my life.”
AC anchor Sarah Williams and guest Dudley Luckie chat about life with spina bifida and Spina Bifida Awareness Month, which is celebrated each October.
- What is spina bifida in your own words?
- What are your hobbies?
- Are you in college?
- What is your job now, and what is your dream job?
- How many surgeries have you had?
- Do you live on your own, and what does that look like?
- What advice do you have for an individual who is living with spina bifida?
- How has advocating for yourself changed since you were little?
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